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For general questions about chords like how to play them, construct them, or what symbols represent them. For more in depth analysis of the ideas behind chords themselves, please use the chord-theory tag.

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Avoiding them might prove to be an interesting exercise. You could base what you play on a barre shape and pick out notes from it, typically one note per set of two strings,getting three voices which …
answered Apr 13 '15 by Pif
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It somehow seems to me you're asking if you can play the same scale over all chords from a given song, which would be : mostly. Usually a song or a song part will be in a given key (so a single scale …
answered Apr 13 '15 by Pif
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Basically, neither fingers nor your wrist should hurt. Tension is your enemy, you have to become aware of tension before it becomes pain. In the words of Joe Satriani : No pain, no pain. If it's the …
answered Jan 13 '11 by Pif
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I would find this too hard for my pinky. There have been several answers suggesting "one finger per fret". In this case, it seems overkill to me, but my fingers might be relatively large. My persona …
answered Mar 28 '11 by Pif